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File:William Berryman Scott House.jpg|thumb|The William Berryman Scott House (1888), designed by A. Page Brown, at 56 Bayard Lane, Princeton, New Jersey in the Princeton Historic District (Princeton, New Jersey)|Princeton Historic District '''William Berryman Scott''' (February 12, 1858 – March 29, 1947) was an United States|American vertebrate paleontologist, authority on mammals, and principal author of the White River Fauna|White River Oligocene monographs. He was a professor of geology and paleontology at Princeton University. Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, he graduated from Princeton University in 1877 and received a Ph.D. from Ruprecht Karl University of Heidelberg|University of Heidelberg in 1880. He married Alice Adeline Post on December 15, 1883. Scott served as president of Geological_Society_of_America|The Geological Society of America in...
Notable studentsElmer S. Riggs, James W. Gidley, Loris Shano Russell, Glenn Lowell Jepsen
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